Commercial Classification of Raw Baltic Amber


Everyone who is interested in accessories knows Amber. More specifically Baltic Amber, which has huge popularity among the accessory enthusiasts. Though many are unaware of the origin, types, classifications, forms and other such details of Amber or Baltic Amber, it is a fact that it Amber is a very well known and acknowledged name. It needs to be mentioned that people who are into this or people who are interested in this just love the name and the products that comes out with this brand name.

Therefore this will be an interesting read for many as we are briefing about some of the classifications, modes, types, features and other such specifications etc.

Basically, Raw Baltic Amber can be classified based on the following things:

Organic Impurities

Let us have a look at how these things classify Raw Baltic Amber. Though, not in a detailed manner these explanations would give you some sort of an idea how Raw Baltic Amber’s classification is done.
First things first. The most important aspect of the Raw Baltic Amber is the forms of the raw materials in it.  Below given are the most important forms that the raw materials of Raw Baltic Amber are seen:

Barrel Shaped       
In the shape of Plates 
In the form of Drops
Icicle form

Another way of classification for these Amber is based on the structure it has. However, it is to be noted that there are only two types of classifications are there as the given below are the only two structures considered:


Transparency is another important benchmark that classifies Raw Baltic Amber. It is usually seen that Transparency of these Ambers are generalized into three:


Last but not the least, another major factor that classifies Raw Baltic Amber differently is the Organic Impurities. There are different types of impurities that help in the classification of Raw Baltic Amber. Some of them are: 

Pure Organic Impurities
Organic Impurities With Small Inclusions
Impure Organic Impurities
Porous Organic Impurities